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Saino-Kyoiku Tone

This morning I was searching on line to find an article about “Saino-Kyoiku Tone” by Clifford Cook.

Instead, I  stumbled upon my friend Eric Madsen’s Thesis! Eric attended Dr. Suzuki’s school during my years there and he was an excellent student!

This reading is very spiritual and VERY enlightening for all who seek a spiritual path.

Especially starting on page 112, parents, students and teachers will find some very clear explanations for the ways of Suzuki method!!  However, if you have time, the entire thesis is absolutely priceless!
Well done Eric! ありがとう ね ^-^ ! Here is the link!  Enjoy!

The genesis of Suzuki an investigation of the roots of talent education

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25 hours of Videos of Dr. Suzuki from 1976

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http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/Arts/subcollections/SuzukiAbout.shtml

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16 minutes Twinkle Lesson

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Bow exercises, circle bows and upside down bow

Book One student on Perpetual Motion.

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